what is the relationship between photosynthesis and cellular ..

2 Through the two sections of photosynthesis there is
a total biproduct of 1 glucose molecule and 6 oxygen
molecules Purpose The purpose of this prezi is to illustrate the relationship
between the photosynthetic proscess and its products
and the cellular respiration proscess and how the two
relate to each other.

Relationship between Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis

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The Relationships in between Cellular Respiration and

Drosophila, best known as vinegar fly or fruit fly, is the little fly you see flyingaround vinegar and on fruit during the fall. Why raise vinegar flies? To observe theirdevelopment, to observe the chromosomes of their salivary glands during division, toperform experiments on genetics, finally as food for amphibians that have just completedtheir metamorphosis. In this case it is necessary to breed a species that can't fly. Youcan obtain individuals with vestigial wings (wings which are not fully developed)at a university Biology or natural sciences department.
Culture medium recipe for drosophila: water 83 ml, agar-agar 0.8 g, sugar 5 g, brewer'syeast 10 g, alcohol 1.3 ml, nipagin
0.25 g. Nipagin M is used as a preservative in foods and cosmetics, like agar-agar, youcan buy it at the stores that sell science items for laboratories. Mix the yeast and thesugar, add agar-agar and water and simmer for 3 minutes. Turn off the heat. Dissolve thenipagin in alcohol and add to the rest when it has stopped smoking. Mix and let it set.
You can find other recipes at the following websites:
Aquick and simple introduction to Drosophila melanogaster
Fruit Flies - Drosophila melanogaster
Drosophila Culture (how to culture flightless fruit flies)
Observing the Development of Drosophila in Apple Juice Agar
Drosophila Genetics Lab I
A bibliography for an insect field biology course
La drosophile (in French)
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The relationship between Photosynthesis and Respiration

After a shower, the soil is soft and the animals which walked there, leave tracks. Bymeans of plaster, you can obtain the mould of these tracks and make an
interesting collection (figure 9). The experiment is very simple: it is a question ofbringing a little plaster in dry form, some water, a bowl to mix the plaster,
and a spoon to stir. But, to which animal belong the tracks you have picked up? From herestart the research of information. They exist books which give the picture of the tracksof many animals. Moreover, recognizing the animal which left the track is not sufficient:it is necessary to know something of its behavior, etc. From the simple collection oftracks you will be curious to know the animals of your land. Our article: "" provides you some indication on this topic. This experiment will openyour eyes so you can observe the territory around you when you walk in naturalenvironments with more attention. Plaster can be used also to obtain the mould of fruits,barks and other natural objects. From the cast you can also obtain the original shape.

In this Revision Bite we'll look at the feeding relationships between living things. These can be shown in food chains and food webs.
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between photosynthesis and respiration

In respiration energy is released fromsugars when electrons associated with hydrogen are transported to oxygen (theelectron acceptor), and water is formed as a byproduct. The mitochondriause the energy released in this oxidation in order to synthesize ATP. Inphotosynthesis, the electron flow is reversed, the water is split (not formed),and the electrons are transferred from the water to CO2 and in theprocess the energy is used to reduce the CO2 into sugar. Inrespiration the energy yield is 686 kcal per mole of glucose oxidized to CO2,while photosynthesis requires 686 kcal of energy to boost the electrons from thewater to their high-energy perches in the reduced sugar -- light provides thisenergy.

What is the relationship between breathing and cellular respiration ..

What is the difference between Respiration and Photosynthesis

2 is present and and also to produce lactic acid when there is no oxygen available Which can be used in the....
Anaerobic Processes

There are two types of anaerobic respiration
Alcoholic Fermentation
Lactic Acid Fermentation Fermentation: There are two types of common fermentation:

Alcoholic Fermentation
Lactic Acid Fermentation

Since we do not go into alcoholic fermentation later the process is like this...
Does not require oxygen
Breaks down glucose to pyruvic acid
Pyruvic acid eventually ferments to ethanol Which produces....
Lactic Acid Lactic Acid is a very toxic substance, in quantity of course, that can cause fatigue, loss of strength Which subsequently produces

Pyruvate: Pyruvate is a key ingredient
in the Aerobic Respiration proscess.

The wavelengths of sunlight between 400nm and 700nm are the wavelengths ..

What’s the difference between Breathing and Respiration

Ponds are among the richest and the most interesting natural environments to observe. Tomake a pond it is sufficient to have a garden or, a meadow or a wood near your home. It isnot necessary to be large, a square meter (9 square feet) of surface is sufficient, buttwo(18 sq. ft.) are better. Find a shady position in the garden. Dig a hole of about 2square meters, 50 cm(2 feet) deep. At least one side, the border has to gently slope downto allow to little animals to enter and leave, for hedgehogs and opossums to drink and tobirds to bath without being too deep. Put some sand in the bottom. Leave the grass on theside. Bare roots are okay. Waterproof the hole with a tarpaulin of white PVC. Why white?Because you can see aquatic animals better when they come near the shore. Cover the borderof the tarpaulin with the grass sod. Allow the tarpaulin to extend for at least 40 cm (16inches) beyond the sloping shore. In this position you can keep the water in such a way tocreate the typical conditions of a marsh. Fill up the pond with tap water and shovel somesand or soil in the bottom: they will benefit the aquatic plants. Go to a natural pond ormarsh and collect some aquatic plants. If it is possible, carry some gallons of water fromthe pond and pour them into your puddle, which will be enriched with microorganisms,algae, and animals, which live in ponds. In few days, your little pond will become greenwith algae and very rich of protozoa. Rapidly dragonflies will come to lay eggs, boatflies, coleoptera and aquatic spiders also will come. In the spring, frogs and newtswill come to lay eggs. The observation of the life in a pond is fascinating. You canremain for hours watching the organisms, which live in this ecosystem. Buy books torecognize the organisms that live in the ponds. See bibliography (5, 6). These texts willalso give you also useful information on the habits of these plants and animals. For anexercise, note your observations in a book, glue pictures, and sketch drawings. Everyyear, during the fall, you should clear out the pond. Shovel out the stinking mud, washthe tarpaulin, or changed it if it leaks, put some tap water, winter rain will supply theremaining part. In spite of what shopkeepers will tell you, your pond does not need pumpsto circulate water, nor aerators, nor falls, nor fountains, nor anything else. The pond isbetter to be as natural as possible. Little ponds of private gardens are very important toamphibians. Avoid introducing fish. They will eat the eggs of the amphibians and thetadpoles. Moreover, the newts will keep the pond free from the mosquito larvae. When thereare tadpoles, your pond will be visited by water snakes, with difficulty you will noticeof them!... and --- don't be frightened: they are harmless!
Pond Links
Pond Links
Multiple Microhabitat Pond Microcosm (good cross section of a pond)
A Large Pond
Pond Construction
Building a Pond
"Pond" Cultures of Microscopic Invertebrates
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